Watch Over 25 Knowledge Presentations and Download the Q&A
Over the past year, the AIA Knowledge Communities have hosted a variety of free continuing education webinars. Many of those presentations have been uploaded to the site for ease of re-viewing. Topics include: practice management, research in residential design and construction, ADA/universal design, and building information modeling (BIM). Visit the archive and register for current events.
Justice Facilities Review Archive Posted
The JFR documents best practices in planning and design for Justice Architecture. Functionality and community impact, sustainability and economic feasibility, as well as aesthetic achievements are essential elements for identifying the success of these projects. Download the JFR books to view project profiles from 15 years of the review. This fall look for an announcement of the statistical database created by our Justice Knowledge scholar.
Profile: Clarice Sollog, Assoc. AIA
Throughout college Clarice was an active member of her school’s AIAS Chapter. She joined the AIA as an associate member in January of 2007 recognizing the importance of the organization to the profession. As an active participant in her local Orlando Chapter she helped establish the Committee on Environment (COTE) and participated in the activities of the Young Architects Forum. Wanting to help strengthen the meaning of Associate AIA and do what she could to change the sometimes negative perception of that member class, she looked for a way to get involved in a leadership role. View Her Profile. Complete Your Own Profile.
Blog: The Last State Architect
By Lane Beougher, AIA
It was a bit of a relief to be in DC last Wednesday as my world came apart at the seams. I tend to eat, drink, and sleep architecture, and whatever position I am in, so it has really been devastating. I made the comment to my staff nearly a year ago, that my main goal was to not be the last state architect. And yet here it is happening before my eyes. Read the complete blog entry.
Supplemental Service Feature: Expert Witness Services
Contributed by Richard B. Cook, FAIA, and William F. Dexter
Members of the legal profession frequently seek architects with in-depth knowledge of the technical and contractual aspects of architecture practice. Their expertise is used to support the prosecution and defense of claims in legal disputes relating to the built environment. View the entire article. Download the presentation from the AIA’s Supplemental Architectural Services series.
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